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How to Sell Your Unused Product Fast on OLX

Do you know how to sell your unused product fast on OLX ? If no, this guide will help you out to do just that.

Most at time gifts are being given to us by relatives or friends that we don’t really like, want or that do not suit our taste. Such gifts might come in form of phones, clothes, electronics, make ups and shoes e.t.c.

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After receiving these gifts we might not really be satisfied with them. Our un-satisfaction with these gifts is not a sign of lack of appreciation or lack of gratitude. Most at times, our un-satisfaction with these gifts might be caused by the fact that the color, size, shape or even the modern of the gift those not really suit out taste or is not at a standard we presume it to be.

Now we are left at horns of a dilemma. Because if we choose to reject the gift we might just end up hurting our love one’s, on the other hand if we accept them we truly know we don’t want them and we are not going to use the: but believe me is better to accept the and don’t use them, than rejecting the and end up looking like an ingrate or rather disrespectful in some case (case like when this gifts are been given to you by an elderly person).

In the end, such gift might end up lying in our closet of behind our cupboards unused. Where they end up been dusty, sometimes even goes bad over a long period of time. We always have the options of give out these gifts to other people who are really in need of it or who love them.

Due to the financial problems in Nigeria today we can really make some money, simply by selling off that cockroach food in your closet (unused product(s).

This might come to you as a surprise, that indeed you can make an awesome sum of money from these unused gift or product lying in your closets rather than just allowing such products to waste or spoil. Right now you might be asking yourself questions like:

  • Who will want to buy such an out date product(s)
  • Does anyone really new them
  • Will I easily or speedily find a buyer
  • How do I go about selling these products
  • Where can I sell these
  • How much will I make from such an item ( well as the adage goes “half bread is better than none”)

Yes I said you can make money from these unused products in your possession. I believe you should be asking how by now, what are the procedures for selling these items.

The procedure for selling or marketing these product(s) is a very simple one, even simpler than counting your fingers.

Where do I sell these item(s) or unused product(s)

Knowing how to sale these unused product(s) is not really the problem.

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The major problem is knowing where to sale these unused product. Knowing where to sale these unused product is really an issue in Nigeria.

Because most of these products might be out fashioned or out dated, and might not really hit the top of the sale chart of a nearby shop.

Even if you have a shop of your own in the market or anywhere, selling such item might take too long or even get unnoticed by customers.

Thank God, In Nigeria today we all have internet at our finger tips. Yes, I said internet. Most people in Nigeria today all have a smart phone or an internet enabled phone.

But unknown to us we are really holding a mobile market on our very hands. We all know that information on the internet spreads fast and far, like a wild fire consuming all that it’s in his path. Information on the internet can spread as far as china and all over the globe under a split second.

Now to you the complexity of the problem at hand i.e. knowing where to sell such items might make you believe that there is no solution or a way for you to sale them.

Therefore you keep telling yourself that these items are better off in your closets than on sale. Maybe true or maybe not

But allow me to introduce you to an online marketing (shop) site where you can sell anything and everything over the internet as long as they are not stolen, as long as you can proof ownership of these item(s) or product(s) called OLX (www.olx.com) where you can sale your unused product(s).

OLX is an online marketing shop that is privately owned, as well as secured by various polices. This polices help secure the buyers from buying stolen item(s) or product(s).

We all know that is a serious crime to buy stolen products in Nigeria. OLX is a universal site, hence your item(s) or product(s) can be sold to anyone in the world.

Yes you can sell to anyone, even someone who lives in USA or Canada. In such a scenario you will have to ship the item(s) or product(s) to the other country, therefore either you or the buyer will have to cover the cost of ship the item(s) or unused product(s).

Remember that OLX has been in existence for a good period of years and has been verified.

Simple Steps To Sale Your Unused Product(s) on OLX

  1. Go to the OLX either on your pc or mobile device
  2. Click on the register Burton at the top right corner
  3. Fill in your e-mail and password. Then click on register again
  4. An activation link will be sent to you in your mail. Click on the link to activate your account.
  5. Then fill in your log in details to log in
  6. Click on sale your items
  7. Select the category of your item
  8. Insert a photo of your item
  9. Filling the title and description of your item
  10. Fill in your contact information
  11. Click post
  12. Await to be contacted by a buyer

Once contacted by a buyer, you and the buyer will have to agree on the price and make further arrangement on how to deliver the item(s) or unused product(s).

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Kelly Eduviere

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